Saturday, June 26, 2010

Word games...

The words for my Liberated Lady swap block quilt are done...this is just five of them (for those of you trying to make an intelligent phrase from what you see in the picture...LOL).  The rest are sloppily pinned to my too-small design wall...not pretty.

These letters are in the spirit of Tonya at Lazy Gal Quilting.  I intentionally did not read her tutorials...I was trying to be totally liberated!  I probably should have read the tutorials first...especially when I got to the letters S, G, and R.  I've always been bad about reading the directions...

I was battling all day with my perfectionism, which wanted them to be the same height and perfectly spaced.  They look far better in all different sizes and with wonky spacing, which is really easy to accomplish if you loosen up and just let 'er rip!

Because the quilt center is so busy, I decided on one color for the letters and one for the background (I just love the new "Fizz" by P&B!).  Now I want to make more in lots of fun colors and fabrics.

The next step is to decide how to place the word phrases around the quilt center.  I am enjoying the "fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants" design style.

In stitches,
Teresa  :o)

5 comments:

  1. I was trying to figure out what the words say. I know it means something to you! You have sure become one liberated quilter.

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  2. The "wonky" letters fit your ladies blocks very well. Waiting to see the placement around the border....

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  3. is the quote from the wizard of oz?

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  4. you didn't need to read no stinking instructions - you did GREAT! woohoo for seat of your pantsness!

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  5. Woo Hoo for being liberated on your wonky letters, I'm anxious to see how this fits into the quilt :0)

    Crispy

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